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Rates of injury-related deaths are higher in our region than the rest of Ontario. Check out the Injury Trends Infographic.

Pokemon Go: Be safe, stay alert, have fun! Learn more.

A hangover is the least of your worries. Reduce your risk. Learn more.

Prevent Bites, reduce your risk of West Nile Virus.

This summer, 'do one thing' for you, your family, your workplace or community.

Is your child getting the nutrition they need to grown and learn? There's a easy way to find out.

                                      

Traveller Health Notice:
Click here for the most current information on Zika virus for the public and for health professionals which is available on the Government of Canada website.

Infection Prevention and Control Lapse Disclosure:
This website contains reports on premises where an infection prevention and control lapse was identified....read more

Food Recall Warnings and Allergy Alerts:
For current food recall warnings and allergy allerts from the Canada Food Inspection Agency,
 see recalled products and details here.

 

 

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  • Q:
    Where am I most likely see to mold in my house?
    A:
    ​Mold is usually found in areas of high humidity (like kitchens and bathrooms). In the winter, mold can sometimes be found on the inside corners of exterior walls near the ceiling or floor.